A 4-year-old child with a history of the flu has a heart rate of 80 beats/minute, respirations of 16 breaths/minute, and capillary refill of more than 3 seconds. The proper sequence for nursing interventions would be:
A. Position the airway, administer 100% oxygen, obtain venous access, and administer 20 ml/kg of an isotonic solution.
B. Administer 100% oxygen, obtain venous access, administer 0.
1 mg/kg of epinephrine 1:10,000, and prepare for endotracheal intubation.
C. Position the airway, provide bag-mask ventilation, provide synchronized cardioversion, and provide supplemental warmth.
D. Administer 100% oxygen, prepare for a venous cutdown, administer 20 ml/kg of an isotonic solution, and obtain a chest x-ray.